HR Effectiveness & Evaluation
An effective HR function is one which delivers added value to the business at the right cost, and yet too many HR initiatives fail to meet these standards. This category looks at the essential elements of an effective HR function, the capabilities HR professionals need, and how these can be developed. Evaluation involves making judgments as to whether a selected course of action has met its objectives, taking into account the needs of stakeholders, and is rarely done well. This category looks at how to embed evaluation when planning and designing HR activities, and sets out methods and frameworks for evaluating HR's performance.
31 May 2019
CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: Agile HR: Sky UK Case Study with Tracey Waters
Tracey Waters, Head of People Engagement and Development at Sky UK, discusses how her team have deployed agile development techniques to transform their working methods and increase the business impact of learning and development. Tracey describes four behaviours that underpin Sky’s approach: being collaborative, iterative, data-driven and person-centric. We discuss some practical lessons learned from implementing agile.More info